Charrette Names New ProGraphics and Products Division Presidents
Press release from the issuing company
Woburn, MA (1/30/01) --- Jack Ford, Charrette Chairman and CEO, announced that Mark DiPasquale and Larry Salomon have both been promoted to the position of Division President. Mark will serve as Division President of Charrette's Prographics Division and Larry will act as Division President of the Products Division. Larry and Mark will be responsible for determining each division's strategy for 2001 and driving Charrette's products and reprographics businesses.
Mark DiPasquale is a 1988 graduate of the Syracuse University School of Management. He joined Charrette in 1992 after several years of partnership with his brother operating a reprographics business in Ithaca, NY. He managed Charrette reprographics facilities management business until 1999, at which time he was promoted to run Charrette's Prographics Division. Under his leadership, sales growth increased 18 percent in 2000 and Charrette expanded into several new services and geographies.
Larry Salomon graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia with a BBA in Marketing in 1986. Larry joined Charrette in 1991 as a sales representative in Philadelphia and immediately was promoted to sales manager. During his tenure at Charrette, Larry has served as a region manager, region director, and VP for eastern United States. Larry assumed responsibility for the entire Products Division in 2000.
According to Mr. Ford, "Mark and Larry have been responsible for much of Charrette's growth over the last several years, helping us to make the transition from traditional products and services to digital services and equipment. Now, with full responsibility for their respective divisions, I am certain that they will continue to meet our customer needs both now and in the future."
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